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G2 Esports Valorant Player Mixwell Admits That Their Strategies Are Weak



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Óscar Cañellas Colocho, known as “Mixwell,” is a 24-year-old Spanish former CS:GO player who had played for teams like Movistar Riders, Cloud9, and more. In June 2020, he joined G2 Esports’ Valorant roster.

Two days ago, Team SoloMid player James “hazed” Cobb spoke in an interview with Run It Back and revealed his opinion about G2 Esports.

In the conversation, hazed stated that G2 Esports is a really strong team that has great individual players. However, he said that they don’t really have strong strategies in the game, and the success of the team is relying on the individual skill level.

After seeing these comments from hazed, Mixwell took to his official Twitter account to share his reaction.

In the tweet, Mixwell mentioned that hazed is right and admitted that G2 Esports’ strategies are weak in the game. In this way, Mixwell showed how confident and a great team they are. Also, this proves that their individual skill level is so much higher than other teams that they won every tournament they played so far.

Here is what hazed said:

“I gotta admit G2’s strats are a little weak. They have strong players – individually speaking they’re strong, but the strats are very weak.”

Mixwell replied:

“The worst part is that he’s right 😂”

You can read the tweets below.

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